The Reality of Homeschooling on Foreign or Domestic Military Bases
Alternative military family
Do you cloth diaper, home birth or birth your babies in a birthing center, homeschool, breastfeed, not vaccinate or choose not to rely on allopathic medicine? If you do any or all of the above and are a military family or desire to become one, then this group just might be for you.
This group is for Army families who are homeschooling their children. This group is to inform families about homeschooling at new duty stations.
Christian Military Homeschool Mamas
A Yahoo Group where born-again, Christian, homeschooling, military families can support, encourage, and fellowship with one another as we raise and educate our children for Christ.
Homeschool Military Families
Welcome to all parents of U.S. ‘Military Brats’ regardless of branch of service. Active Duty, Activated-Reservists and Guards, as well as IRR-families are welcome.
Homeschooling Overseas / Military Homeschooling
A homeschool World forum with sections for each geographical area.
DoD Education Activity Policy Memorandum 2002
It is DoDEA policy neither to encourage nor discourage DoD sponsors from home schooling their minor dependents. DoDEA recognizes that home schooling is a sponsor’s right and can be a legitimate alternative form of education for the sponsor’s dependents.
Home-Based Education – Non-DoD Schools Program
Pacific District policies about homeschooling in host nations. The Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP) provides support and funding for the education of eligible dependents of sponsors assigned at locations where the DoD does not operate a school within commuting distance.
Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP) and Home Schooling
European District policies about homeschooling in host nations. Parents electing to provide home-schooling instruction rather than enrolling their child in a local school must follow the procedures, guidelines, and steps included here.
Numbers of Military Homeschool Families
- Q91. 2.7% of spouses who have dependent children “home school” their school-age children.
- Q92. Of those who “home-school” their child(ren), the majority “home school” only one child.
- Q92. Of those who “home-school” their child(ren) in Grades K-5 level, 64.4% “home- school” 1 child and 7.4% “home-school” 3 or more children.
- Q92. Of those who “home-school” their child(ren) in Grades 6-8 level, 84.8% “home- school” 1 child and 1.7% “home-school” 3 or more children.
- Q92. Of those who “home-school” their child(ren) in Grades 9-12 level, 82.6% “home- school” 1 child and 3.3% “home-school” 3 or more children.
Online Hebrew School
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Homeschooling and the Military
American Homeschool Association archived discussion list about dealing with the military, from the perspectives of military families or as teens trying to enter one of the armed forces.
Military Families Gain Access to Free, Online Tutoring
Jan. 26, 2010 – The Defense Department has launched a free, online tutoring service for service members and their families.
Military Homeschoolers Overseas
From 1989 to the present there has been a lack of understanding by persons in the military hierarchy concerning homeschooling. A history of the relationship between homeschooling families and the military. By Valerie Moon, HEM S/O 01.
Tossed By The Fates
Valerie Moon talks about the reality of homeschooling on foreign bases and when Dad gets deployed. It is a blogged book for homeschooling parents with the American military.